Welcome to our Australasian Blog Hop. We have all been creating with the most lovely paper suite - matching complements and ribbon, today. If you have arrived here from Creating with Kara Davies then you are in the right place. If you landed here another way, please join in by following the link at the end of this post. Follow the links, check out all the amazing ideas and eventually you'll come right back here to where you started.
I have been making with this set so so much this month, I've used it for my my online cardmaking club, my online scrapbooking club and for making things with new products = all of these things I can't show you on my blog. The online card and scrapbooking clubs are unique card designs to those clubs only. The new product is coming in January, so I can't let the cat out of the bag yet there either. So I'm struggling with what to show you here.
The best thing about the Basic Fundamentals Bundle of products is that they're available for the life of the annual catalogue. These products are available until the end of July 2018 so we have over 6 months left to get them. Still I wouldn't wait in case they sell out before then end of the catalogue. Being the Basic range, they coordinate well with ANY colour, Any photos, Any accents, any complements and all shades of brown and grey... I LOVE LOVE LOVE this paper.
The first card I'm showing you is made with the grey flower fundamentals paper from the basic fundamentals with the grey linen looking paper and a section of cut in half.
The stamp I used was from this months Stamp of the Month You are the Sweetest.
I have used the pink to add some sparkle... to colour lightly the top of the muffin and then the same pencil to colour heavily the cherry. Then I used the
The card below was from our last Stamp of the Month Blog Hop using the with the purple cardstock and shimmer trim. Also using the watercolour pencils and shimmer brush. The basic fundamental paper was used in the (available this month only)
The card below is using the light grey linen looking paper as a 4 x 5.25 inch sized piece. Then a white daisy cardstock piece at 3.75 x 5 stamped the You're cute as a Button stamp. I cut these buttons using the CTMH Cricut Artiste cartridge - I used cricut craftroom to overlap two 2 hole round buttons on top of each other to create 4 button holes. (I couldn't layer the flower button because it wasn't symmetrical). You can't get the Artiste cartridge anymore but I'm sure there are other CTMH cartridges that have buttons :)
After I'd stuck down the buttons with I decided it needed 4 squares behind the buttons but it was too late to pull them up. The tape is pretty permanent once stuck down... Maybe next card I do I'll add that to it. you could add light pink (bashful) for a baby girl or light blue (glacier) for a baby boy who are usually Cute as a button!! All the part of this card have been added to to my online card club as a bonus card this month, so I can show you and still keep it exclusive for them too. I can't believe how much I've made and how little I can show you. I've made pages, cards, a calendar and more cards, I seriously LOVE this paper pack and it goes so well with the colour of the year (Especially ).
Remember this great stamp set is only available throughout December from my website or from your Close to My Heart Consultant. Then the Basic Fundamentals Paper Pack is available until July 2018 or until sold out. Hurry and get yours SOON!!!!!!!
Thanks so much for dropping by to check out my latest project ideas. I'm really interested to hear what you think about them, so I'd love you to leave a comment before heading off to the next stop on our Australasian Blog Hop which is
I hope you leave a lovely comment on all the blog posts and come back around to mine. See you again soon.
MERRY CHRISTMAS and a HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!!